Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on February 14, 1973 · Page 7
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'1^ Page 8A ii Panama City, Flv.., , COLORS BLOOM FOR SPRING — This spring's well-dressed garden party guest will be wearing brightly colored silks printed with abstract designs. For the evening, it's green, navy and orange surah, worn with large brimmed hats in felt. LESLYN RENE MCNABB Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McNabb, 2409 Standford Rd., announce the Jan. 20 arrival of their daughter, Leslyn Rene, weighing seven pounds, ten ounce*. RANDY ALAN LEWIS Mr. and Mrs. Norman Curtis Lewis of 3702 R Uth St. announce the birth of an eight pound, two and one^alf ounce MB. The new airlval Randy Alan, made his appearance Feb. 1. CRISANDA LYNN JMRLOW An eight pound, twelve and one-half ounce baby girl, Crisanda Lynn, was bom Feb. 2 to Mr. and Mrs. L, D. Marlow of West Bay. BRIAN DAVID NEWMAN Brian David Newman, son of Mr. and Mrs. "David Newman, 1813 Montana Ave., lynn Haven, was bom Feb. 2 and weighed eight pounds. TERI ANN HILL Mr. and Mrs. Weiley Floyd ion of Fountain announce the birth of a baby girl, Terl Ann. She arrived Feb. 3 and weighed aeven pounds. CRANmBLLA DENI^B CHESTTNUT Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Chestnut Jr. announce the Feb, 7 arriv* al of their daughter, Oian- tnlla Denise, T <«i^iing seven pounds* (Hie -half'ounce. TAMMY MICIffiLLE ETTRESS Mr. and Mrs. Larry Etress announce the arrival of their daughter, Tammy Michelle. She was born Feb. 6 and weighed six pounds, fifteen ounces. STEPHEN MICHAEL WEST A seven pound, seven ounce son, Stei^en Michael, was bom Feb. 6 to Mr. and Mrs. Michael West of 204 Sherman Ave. BURKETT BABY Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burkett of Rt. 1 Box 390 announce the Feb. 3 birth of an eight pound, two ounce baby daughter. DONALD KEVIN GEORGE Mr. and Mrs. Wayne George, 3333 E. Baldwin Rd.> announce the arrival of a son, Donald Kevin. He- was bom Feb. 5 and weighed nine pounds. THOMAS TATE JR. Feb. T ttuurta the arrival of Thomas Tate Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tate, 826 Arrow St. He weighed eight pounds, seven and one-half ounces. IVHCHAEL LEROY ROBERTS Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Roberts etnnounce the birth of a baby boy, Michael LeRoy. He arrived Feb. 7 weighing six pounds, tour ouncee. wm Off TO SEE THE WIZARD! Wizard of Oz, a musical adventure story, is coming to Panama City on Thursday. Feb. 15, sponsored by the Pilot Club and performed by the world-famous Nicolo Marionettes, A delightful adaption of the American classic by Frank Baum, the NICOLX) studios in New York City, in producing this play for the marionette stage, have created a theatrical gem! All phases of this production, Including hand-carved, specially animated marionettes, colorful costumes, elaborate settings, fantastic stage effects and a tuneful musical score was coordinated to produce a rich and entertaining experience for children of all ages. Master-puppeteer, Nicholas Cbpi)ola heads a staff of artisans who carved tlie mar- FALSE TEETH That LooMit Need Not Embarrass Don't keep worrying about your false teeth dropping; at the wronc time. A denture adherive can help. FASTEETH® gives dentures a longer, firmer, steadier hold. Jiakea eating more enjqyable. For more leeurity and comfort, use FASTEETH Denture Adhesive Powder. Dentures that fit are essential to health. See your dentJBt regularly. lonettes. Under his Inspired supervision, no detail was spared in bringing to life the b r igh t nes8 and enduring charm of these well-loved characters of the Baum classic ... "The Silly Strawman", the "Cowardly Lion", the "Heartless Tin Man" and so many others. WeU-known scenic designer, William Pitkin, fresh from a string of Broadway successes has brought his considerable talent to this theatre medium. He based his designs for this production on the illustrations in the original Oi book, which were done in the style of Art Nouveau. Musical director, Bruce Haack, noted composer, wrote a bright and lively musical score to accompany the dancing marionettes. Mr. Haack's new recording, "Dance, Sing and listen" was chosen the "Best Record for Children", by one of the leading New York magazines. His work is highly endorsed by the New York City Board of Education. Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. and the show will be given at The Civic Auditorium. Tickets may be purchased for one dollar fi-om any Pilot Club Member or from one of the following business: Panama City Credit Bureau, The Bootery, Velma's, A. G. Edwards, Mr. Donut or Nervig Travel Service. heParadisd RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE (pNTWHACH) SAME EXCELLENT FOOD SAME EXCELLENT I0UN6E "WEMVinY0U1O9l OPENING THURSDAY FEB.15TH wnHus" SWEETS FOR THE SWEET - Cupid's arrow hits the mark with cream puffs and Love Punch. Cupid's Cream Pufh Some delicious sweets for the sweetest holiday — Valen- treats. Cupid cream puffs, for very special homemade treats. Cupid creampuffs, fir example have an Orange Whip Filhng. For a special party serves these with a nonalcoholic Love Punch. . CUPID CREAM PUFFS Yi cup butter or margarine 1 cup water •/j teaspoon siUt 1 cup sifted all-puriM)Se flour 4 eggs In medium saucepan, heat butter with water over high heat, stirring occasionally until butter is melted and mixture is boiling. Add salt and flour all at once, stir vigorousJy over low heat until mixture leaves sides of pan in a smooth compact ball. Remove from heat. Quickly add egg.s, one at a time, beating well after each addition until smooth ajid shiny. Drop mixture by spoonful 3 inches apart on ungreased cookie sheet- shaping each into a mound Bake in 400-degree oven .lO minutes. Cool on wire rack. To serve, slice top off each cream puff; fill with Heavenly Orange Filling. Replace top and sprinkle with confetioners' sugar. Makes about 12 medium puffs. HEAVENLY ORANGE FILLING 1 pint heavy «!ream ]'/4 cups sifted confectioners' sugar 1 can ((! ounces) frozen F'lor- ida orange juice concentrate, thawed, undiluted Y4 tcsspoon almond extra<:t, optional Whip cream until stiff. Gradually beat in confectioners' sugar. Fold in undiluted orange concentrate and almond extract. LOVE PUNCH 2 packages (10 ounces each) frozen sliced strawberries slightly thawed 2 cans (6 ounces each) frozen, orange juice concentrate, undiluted 1 quart ginger ale Puree strawberries in blender or press through coarse sieve or food mill. Blend in undiluted orange concentrate. Mix thoroughly. Divide among six or eight glasses. Fill to the top with ginger ale. Makes 6 to 8 servings. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) MONEY TALKS - Mrs. Starla Presnell, Heart Fund area chairman for tlie Cove Northeast area, and Mrs. Yvonne Rollins, area chairman for the Cedar Grove are discussing how to put your money where your heart is during the Heart Fund Campaign which is being conducted throughout the month of February. The area chaii'men along with many others here in Bay County have completed recruiting their volunteer workers. These volunteers will be calling on friends and neighbors beginning Feb. 19 and ending Feb. 25. Highpoint of the campaign Is Feb. .?5, Heart Fund Sunday. Il^^tfj^^^^ WHERE YOU ALWAYS BUY THE BEST FOR LESS iSlBSON'S PISCOUNT CENTER 1% wamsnAT ATMRSDAY^ FER.14&15 A SUISIDARV 01 WEST IMS. K MNII, U. SMW.IITHSnKT MMMACITY,IU. 9-9 M0N.-SAT.1-6 SUN. WO|VIEN'S SHOES DRESS SHOES • ONE GROUP SIZES 5-10 • VALUES TO $7.99 ONE GROUP LADIES DRESS & CASUAL SHOES • VALUES TO $9.99 CASUAL SHOES • SIZES 5-10 • VALUES TO $7.99 $^66 LITTLE GIRLS SHOES I SIZES 5-10 »VALUES TO $4.99 LADIES MINI-SLEEPWEAiR SITS • 100% NYLON • LACE TRIM BYTEXSHEEN • CHOICE OF COLORS $5 MATCHING TEXSHEEN SCUFFS • MACHINE WASHABLE PEARL DROPS • 1.5 0Z. • FOR PEARL V^HITE TEETH 0 DEP STYLING GEL >8 0Z. I CRYSTAL PINK 3 FOR 99 SILK & SATIN HAND & BODY LOTION • lOOZ. 0 ASHTON 3 PIECE GARDEN TOOL SET PEAT POTS • BOX OF 20 • 3 IN. POTS • FOR STARTING SEEDS, BULBS AND CUniNGS CAPE COD PIECKET FENCE 4 FOR • WHITE INSTANT LANDSCAPING $1^00 GARDEN HOSE • 50FT.BY K INCH • PIASTIC LIFETIME RURAL MAILBOX • APPROVED BY POSTMASTER • REG. $2.77 $^44 DOW WINTER-SUMMER COOLANT •ONE GALLON •ANTI-LEAK ANTI-RUST

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